Monday, January 6, 2014

Book Review: Forget Me Knot by Mary Marks

Title: Forget Me Knot
Author: Mary Marks
Series: Book 1 of a Quilting Mystery
Publisher: Kensington
Format: Paperback
Source: Received for Review from Publisher
Reviewed By: Tina
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Quilting Tuesday's would never be the same for Martha and her friends, Birdie and and Lucy ever again, they invite another quilter, Claire because of her reputation as a quilter to to join their quilting Tuesday's group but being a little younger than the rest of the group Martha and her friends wonder how devoted to quilting she actually is when they show up at her home to find Claire on the floor with blood on her hands, dead.

At the annual quilting show, Claire's and Martha, Birdie and Lucy's Quilts are stolen right before their eyes, when Martha finds out that Claire has been murdered, she stops at nothing to try to find out who the murderer can be, Claire's mother asks Martha to help her unlock stories that Claire may have been hiding within the quilts, that may be the key to finding who the killer is.

But someone doesn't want any secrets coming out and Martha and her friends become targets, but it does not deter Martha from trying to find the truth but can Martha find the answers and and a killer before they come for her?

Forget Me knot was an amazing first in a series, there were so many twists and turns. It had a great plot and I literally didn't stop reading until I finished the book. Claire really tugged on my heart strings and at a few points I admit that I wept for her with what she went through in her life and I was really rooting for Martha to find her killer.

I learned more about quilting than I ever knew and it added a great deal to the cozy element. It comforted me and made me wish I could snuggle up with a quilt while reading.

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